PELL CITY, Ala. (AP) - A Moody man on trial for his grandfather's stabbing death apparently had a "to do" list with names of women he planned to rape, torture and kill after he murdered his grandparents.
Moody police investigator Paul Monk testified during a preliminary hearing Tuesday that authorities found the list in 21-year-old Jordan Tyler Durden's bedroom.
Durden is accused of murdering his 69-year-old grandfather, John Calvin Durden, and the attempted murder of his 65-year-old grandmother, Eva Durden, both of Moody.
Durden's grandmother managed to lock herself in a room and call 911 on the night of July 30, despite his attempts to cut her throat.
According to testimony, there were four or five women on the list.
Monk testified that Durden confessed to the crime.